Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1960 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 6, 1960
Page 10
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1960 Ten Admitted, to Hospital In Cnrrolltoii Over Weekend CARROLLTON - Ten patients were admitted to Boyrt Memorial Hospital fA*T the wvrkond. The Bloemfontein. Smith Afri- r.n. 700 will try crossing an Afri- ] iger survive. Admltted Saturday for surgery; wpff Franklin Lilrs and Ronnie! can lion and n Penan] tigress, Liles. both of .Terseyville. Ad-;.* (hp ^^ of mifted ns mrdiral patients were. Mrs Mnrjoiir Bushnrll. Kldred.'<•"'* «""'» «'il and Mrs. M«hlr Pfleger of <-"'- rollton. Admitlpd Sunday for surgery was Carl Houseman of Kampsville. Admitted ;»s a mrdiral pa- tipnt was Walter Jones of Hel- tick. Admiltod Monday for surgery was Donovan Hardwick of Carrollton. Rpubrn Campos ol Chi- raeo. Mrs. Cora Logan and Kenneth Custer both of Can-oil-' ton* *«•* admitted as medical patients. Dismissed from the hospital Saturday were Miss Viekiei Pfloger and Miss Sandra P-flcg-: er. Eldred: Francis Grafford and Leonard Shain. Jerseyville:; Keith Parker and Mrs. Myrtle Eyer. Carrollton: Mrs. Beulah' Holtswarth. Eldred: Mrs. Edith Tillrry. White Hall, and Miss Gussic Richards of Kane. Dismissed Monday were Mrs. Barbara Daum. Can-ollton; Mrs.. Sandra Grubb and daughter,! Greenfield; Mrs. Bertha Ralston, Palmyra: Franklin Liles and Ronnie Liles. Jerseyville. and Mrs. Ethel Gilbert of Eldred. 'Dismissed Tuesday were Mrs. Doris Handling and daughter, of Greenfield, and Kenneth Custer. Carrollton. Attend Service in Jerseyville The members of the 4th Degree Knights pf Columbus and their wives attended Mass, and: Communion Sunday morning in the Holy Ghost church in Jerseyville. followed by a breakfast in the Holy Ghost hall. Returns Front Alabama Miss Lucy Ruth Rawe. daugh-, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rawe. j returned home Sunday from Bir-j mjngham, Ala. where she spent, the past month as a teacher inj the religious vacation school inj the North Alabama Mission. While away Miss Rawe met and talked with Bishop Fulton J. Sheen. Miss Rawe is a graduate of Webster College in St. Louis. Honored at Surprise Party Mr. and Mrs. John Wetstein Jr. who were married '25 years Wednesday were guests of honor at a surprise carry-in dinner Sunday at their home. Wetstein, the son of the late John Wetstein and Mrs. John Wetstein of Jerseyville and Miss Helen Seiler. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John J. Seiler, were married June 29, 1935 in St. Francix Xavier church in Jerseyville by the Rev. J. J. Clancy. Group Meets at Cartinvttte CARLINVTLLE Thirty ypars ago a group of Ifi young people and their ehaperone. all of CarJinville. enjoyed a got- toeether. Thore were eisnt boys and eight girls in the group and they pledged that William Harkins. deceased of Carltnvtlle, Mrs. Barbara Hemphill Henning of Aurora, every five years on the four!h|members of the group, of July, they would meet at the| Since their last get-together Miss Mary Fanning of Carlin"Triangle", now Sullivan's|in 1955. the ehaperone of theiville, Bob Liston of Carllnvllle. Drug Store in Carlinville. ThisJRroup. Mrs. Ruth E. Steinmey-| Louis Darsrheid. Grand Rapids, yenr the group met on Sunday, j er - has nlso died. iMich., William Paul, Spring- July 3. for their sixth reunion.! Eight of the IB were present| fie!(i - and William Ryan, Chint 11 a.m. and posed for pir-jwith their wives, husbands and r ' a S<>- turps. They then visited City children. Among the 16 there! Those unable to be present Cemetery and May-field Merticv are 36 children. Those present i included Mrs. Madeline Daf- rial Park Cemetery where mo-j were Mrs. Louise Drury Dir- jscheid Kauffman of Bremen, morial bouquets were placed nnisehoid of (irand Rapids. Mich Ind.. Mrs. Dorothy Wheat the graves of Paul Palmer and Mrs. Virginia Mayfield Cooper Hrwes of Polo, Mrs. Virginia Wheat Holies of Greenville. Mrs. Catherine Mack Cross of St. Louis, Carl Muench of Memphis, Tenn., and John Muench of LaGrange. The group had a dinner of the Glades in Carlinville at noon and then went to the Gillespic Country Club. The fan of the peacock is not its true tail, but is made up of long, trailing feathers of the upper tail eoverts. Notes BRUSSELS - Mr. and Mrr. George Woefel and family of Alton spent July 4 with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Narup. Mr. and Mrs. George Mossman of Alton spent July 4 visiting relatives in Brussels. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Hageii and family of Jerseyville spent Sunday with her mother. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jamw Bowles of St. Louis spent July 4 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Horman. Patrick Henry said: " . . . liberty ought he the direct end of your government . . . Liberty, the greatest of all earthly blessings — give us that precious jewel, and you rnay take everything else." Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally Mr. and Mrs. Wetstein madejl their home in St. Louis for a| time but have spent most ofj their married life on a farm in>| Greene county. j Geers Will Probated j The will of the late Mathilda '• Geers was admitted to probate | June 30 and ordered recorded; in Greene County probate court. I Francis Geers and Leo Geers | were named executors giving! bond in the sum of $24,000. j The will was executed Jan. 11, j 1950 and witnessed by John A. jj Vaughn and Dr. A. K. Baldwin, j Fractures Elbow in Fall ! Mrs. Charles Hartman andj Mrs. Donald Hillman of this ci-j' ty have received word that their! mother, Mrs. Fred Tuscher, of|| Springfield, fractured her elbow in a fall Thursday and hasj been a patient in Springfield Moil morial Hospital since that time.') Mrs. Hillman went to Springfield Friday and remained until; Sunday with her mother, and; Mrs. Hartman went to Spring- 1 field Tuesday to spend a tewj days and assist in the care of | her mother , Former Pastor Visits Here ; The Rev. Lyle D. Stone, Ormond Beach, Flu., arrived Mon-j day and was a guest until Tuesday of Mrs. F. A. Under andj other friends. The Rev. Stone who is a former pustor of thej local Presbyterian Church had i been visiting his sister. Mrs. Mabel Dawson in Columbus. Ohio and was en route to Hard- 1 in and Brighton where he will visit friends. Man Hurt In Trartor Acrident • BRL'SSFJIJS - Henry Kindc< escaped serious injury when hi, clothing was caught in a true-' tor as he attempted to jump, from it when it caught lire 1 Monday. Although he was ! .thrown under the tractor, ex-' emulation at St. Joseph's Hospital. St. Charles, Mo., showed h* suffered only slight injury and he was released. The Colorado River. 1,450; miles long. IK one of the great-' eel waterways in the United State* THE "LIQUIDATOR" HAS CUT PRICES AGAIN and AGAIN He Is doing fvrrythintt to get this store closed out as soon as possible. TIME IS VALUABLE I..OSSKS CANNOT STAND IN orK WAY! YOU LUCKY PEOPLE!! flight tit a time when money I* short and thinRN are needed for the Lawn and Home. WE ARE GOING ALL OUT IN THIS C RA/Y—PKICK-SLASHINO MMBOKICt: LIMITED AMOUNT OIL HEATERS . 1 2 Price Perfection and Charter Oak We'll Make KEYS To Fit Any Car or Lock Everything That's Left NAILS . . . $9.97 100 Lb. Kegs Chrome—Brass Wrought Iron HOUSE NUMBERS Values to 35c Large Size PATCHING PLASTER Values to 7 Be Replacement CHAIR SEATS All Kinds "Delta" Power Tool PARTS l /i Price Cutters—Blades—Bits—Saws Reg. 2.75 "Schlage CLOSET LATCH MAKE US AN OFFER On Show Case—Shelves—Key Machine—Gun Case IN FACT EVERYTHING THAT'S LEFT WE'LL CLOSE UP NOW Brass—Aluminum or Galvanized SCREEN WIRE Most Widths I Sq.Ft. About a 1000 and 1 HANDLES . . . 1/2 Price Shovel—Fork—Hoe—Spade Axe Presto—Mirromatic REVERE PARTS Pint and Quart THERMOS BOTTLE Refills PRICE PRICE High Speed and Carbon DRILLS All Sizes PRICE Keg. $6.00 Antique Copper LOCK SETS "Heavy Door" The Entire Stock DOG HARDWARE. 12 Price Collars—Harnesses-r-Leashes and etc. Heavy Duty Commercial Weight TARPAULINS . . V 3 Off Sixes 5x7 to 20x20 STARTING TOMORROW MORNING AT 9 O'CLOCK PRICES SLASHED AGAIN Heavy Duty—Wood (SCREEN DOORS . 1/3 Off Most Sizes—Right at "Fly Time" WHILE IT LASTS OUR ENTIRE STOCK [FISHING TACKLE. 1 2 Price This Will Go Fast PURE SHELLAC Until It's Gone Reg. $1.85 DRAMEX and BONDEX Reg. 45o "Tamms" PAINT REMOVER A Clean Sweep GARDEN TOOLS Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, etc. 72 PRICE Limited Amount ELECTRIC CLOCKS 72 PRICE Reg. $8.00 "Pyra-Seal" FLOOR FINISH $4*7 4 Gal. Screen and Storm Combination Doors. Va Off Limited Quantity WE ARE SELLING WITHOUT THOUGHT OF LOSS Everything We Have PAINT Broken Colors But All Good EXTRA HEAVY DUTY "Wheeling" and "Witt" GARBAGE CANS . . . 10-20 and 30 Gal. Siies 1/3 Off 00 GAL. WE'RE OVER HALF SOLD OUT and Cutting Prices Again TO HURRY IT OUT! Values to 3.50 Heavy Aluminum iPerc, and Dripolator. $1.47 2 to 12 Cup Siie Quarts Pints . 50c 25c Values to 1.95—WOOD BIT AUGERS 97c Most Siies The "Early Bird" GETS THIS REVERE WARE Stainless Steel. Copper bottom. When it's gone it't gone. Whatever We Have., BALLS .... 1/2 Price Basket Bolls—Footballs—Baseballs TIME IS GROWING SHORT AND IT MUST BE SOLD PRICi It Must be Sold Now. Our Entire Stock GARDEN HOSE . 1 2 Prk* 25 er 50 Ft. Lengths Not Many—But Good Numbers IGUNS ...... 1/3 Off SHOTGUNS and RIFLES Roaches! TfMO li MM. death to et .'-conying roach** I and many unhealthy TERRO K <.> /i ( 11 K I I I t K Mixmuhter or Dormt'.ver MIXING BOWLS nice Value* to $4.76 POOKET KNIVES DIAPER PAILS Good Size Enamel Collanders White Uii Hluc «7 lAdtM* ani) Mao'f ICE CREEPERS 72 PRICI All "Sllex" wttt "Covey" COFFEE MAKERS PARTS PRICI Reg. 14.95 Neli-O-Matic GRIDDLE and GRILL 18.17 Fully Aufemotle Electric lor. Slate & Broadway Alton, III

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